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  Order Coleoptera      Superfamily Tenebrionoidea 28,260  
  Tetratomidae

Lagriidae (long-jointed beetles)

Alleculidae  
The long-jointed beetles (Lagriidae) are a family of medium-sized beetles with the tropics as major area of occurrence. Worldwide more than 1000 species have been described, thereof only three from Germany. The beetles are found trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants. The larvae are thought to breed in decaying wood or leaf litter.
World: 1000 Europe: n.a. Germany: 3 collected: 2 fraction: 67%

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7 - 10 mm
Lagria hirta ♂
10 - 12 mm
Lagria atripes ♂


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 Lagriidae (long-jointed beetles) – currently missing species (1):
 Agnathus decoratus
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